Tottenham-player Eric Dier climbed after the team's FA Cup defeat to Norwich, up in the stands because of a dispute with a spectator.
Parts of the confrontation is recorded on video and shared on social media.
Ues and the spectator's confrontation took place on the lower ranks at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. At one point had security personnel intervening.
On a video of the episode you can see the security personnel to stick in Dier, who seems to be upset. Someone in the video shouts 'relax'.
Eric Dier lept into the stands two confront supporters after Tottenham's penalty-shootout loss to Norwich.— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) March 4, 2020
Jose Mourinho said the fans were insulting him and his younger brother got involved.
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According to the head coach of the Tottenham Jose Mourinho was Diers little brother has been reviled by the spectator.
- Eric did something, we as professionals are not allowed to do, but as any of us would probably have done, says Mourinho after the match according to the BBC.
tottenham's farewell to the tournament came after a defeat to Norwich in a crucial penalty shootout.
Here burning London-the team three of the five kicks in Norwich-keeper Tim Krul.
Ues, which has a number of appearances on the English national team behind him, scoring even on his penalty kick.
But shortly after smoke him and the audience at each other's throats.
- I repeat that we as professionals can't do such and such, and I repeat, that I stand on the player's side and understand the player, says José Mourinho and elaborates on the run-up to the episode:
- This person insulted Eric, the family was there, his little brother was not happy with the situation, he says, according to BBC.
Mourinho adds that he will not back up on it, if the club wants to punish Dier for the episode.
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